From May 17-22, thousands will gather on the remote desert shores of Pyramid Lake on sacred Paiute tribal land to participate in co-creating a visionary village directly in the path of the eclipse. The auspicious event marks the first major lakeside gathering permitted by the tribe in over 25 years. To honor the alignment of the Earth, Moon and Sun, Symbiosis will bring together an epic lineup of innovative artists, musicians and teachers for a gathering intended to inspire and inform personal evolution and planetary healing. Five full days of music will feature hundreds of acts including live bands, electronic, dubstep, techno, trance, house, downtemple, sacred, world, kirtan and much more. From yoga to hula, mycology to neurology, prana to permaculture, the gathering will also offer an array of speakers, workshops and presentations for mind, body and spirit. The full lineup of artists and teachers will be announced soon on the website.
Pyramid Lake is located 35 miles Northeast of Reno, NV and is the property of, and managed by, the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe. Pyramid Lake is known as being North America’s most beautiful desert lake and home to many year round recreational activities. Designated as the first National Scenic Byway entirely on an Indian reservation, it was recently named Nevada’s first Preserve America Tribal Community. The lake occupies 112,000 surface acres inside the reservation boundary and has a shoreline of approximately 125 miles.